Recipe by Blacjaguar
"Have you ever eaten ramen for breakfast, lunch, and dinner during an exam period, time of stress, or out of laziness? If so, this recipe is for you. The addition of carrots, mushrooms, and egg make this a more filling ramen soup."
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2 1/2 cups
fresh mushrooms, sliced
1 (3 ounce) package
ramen noodle pasta with flavor packet
egg, lightly beaten
I suggest -sliced onions -green onions -potatoes (cut like small french fries) MUCH more filling :)
Slightly healthier? Actually it is slightly more unhealthy. IT has 506 calories, 217mg of cholesterol 1774 mg of sodium, and 67 grams of carbs. The name should have been slightly tastier ramen noodles.
this is a great start. We omit the water and seasoning packet and replace with a low sodium broth...flavor of choice. Super easy for the teenagers and better than plaine old ramen noodles. Enjoy
Add a cheese slice. In Korea they call it, "Chesseh Ramen." It also takes away some of the spiciness of traditional Ramen. Delicious!
I thought the addition of the small amount of milk at the end changed the broth from tasting like just "plain" ramen noodle soup into a well seasoned, tastier soup. Perhaps a garnish of green onion would be a nice touch?
Much better than plain old ramen noodles. I omitted the milk and added some chopped spinach. Thanks for the post.
Really good! I used frozen vegetables (peas and green beans), which cut another five minutes off the already incredibly short prep time. I also added a dash of sesame oil and ~teaspoon of minced garlic, which added a ton of flavor.
This makes me smile, to know alot of other people out there carry my woe and misery on busy school life! especially when balancing a job.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Slightly Healthier College Ramen Soup
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 172
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